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Android Better Logging using Timber Library

Timber is a logging utility class built on top of Android’s Log class. While in development, we usually end up writing lot of log...

Announcements and topics from Android Dev Summit 2018

Google has kicked off its Android Dev Summit today at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, and we have been given a sneak peak at some of the...

An Update on Project Treble

Posted by Iliyan Malchev, Project Treble Architect Last week at the 2018 Android Dev Summit, we demonstrated the benefits of Project Treble by showing the same Generic System Image (GSI) running...

Community News: Recent posts from PHP Quickfix (11.14.2018)

Recent posts from the PHP Quickfix site:Style Contact Form 7 WordPress Plugin - Pine #wordpress, #contact, #form, #style Laravel 5.7.13 Released - Laravel News #laravel, #framework, #release Show outdated composer packages...

How to add new .env variable, so teammates would notice?

A common problem while working in a team is some custom variables needed, when only one person on the team knows that...

Shopping Cart Software Product Quick View with Bootstrap Tooltip

Last modified on November 8th, 2018 by Vincy. In a shopping cart software, it...

A Week of Symfony #619 (5-11 November 2018) (Symfony Blog)

This week, the upcoming Symfony 4.2 version added the loadEnv() method to replace the newly introduced loadForEnv() method....

Peace of Mind for Scheduled Tasks

I know I’m not the only developer that has scheduled tasks and cron jobs that are critical to an application; whether its crunching data, sending reports, or kicking off welcome...

400 Bad Request

400 Bad Request is the first error code. Every status that starts with a 4 indicates that the client did something wrong. If the status starts with a 5 it means that...

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